Perfectionist Mind

I kind of feeling alllll over the place mentally/emotionally these days.  One day I’ll be feeling at complete peace and have lots of joy.  The next day I’ll be down and worn.  That was yesterday. On days like yesterday, I … Continue reading

Meal Plan, January 5th through 18th

The dates for my meal plan aren’t typical… With the holidays, camping, school starting, etc, things are kind of wonky.  Haha.  So, I’m just being real here and sharing that it’s not always exactly perfect.  We just work with what … Continue reading

Healthy Habits and Balance 365… How I’ve Grown Through this Program

After a summer of struggle (with the kids being home… I kind of hate to admit that but not really, ha!), I am settling back into my healthy habits.  I kind of needed a “reset” after floundering over the summer, … Continue reading

Being the Best Me I Can Be

I used to think that was dumb.  I mean, I am ENOUGH where I am.  Jesus loves me, my family loves me, and I don’t HAVE to change to prove that I am worthy.  I know all of these things. … Continue reading

Maintaining Consistency on Things that Matter to Me

Consistency is hard for me.  I am a planner and plan to do things often that I struggle with follow through on or just give up when things don’t go as planned.  This has been a struggle for me my … Continue reading

What Are You a Slave To?

Last weekend I decided that I needed to treat sodas like I do alcohol because I sure drink them the same, and I decided to quit completely. I have been putting this off for many reasons: I didn’t want to … Continue reading

Doing Hard Work

Routine.  It’s so necessary for my mental health.  While I try really hard to implement it during the summer, it’s not built in so it’s hard. I tend to stay up too late.  Sleep too late.  Sit around drinking coffee … Continue reading

Mental Health, Routine, and Adjusting Expectations

This past week has been full of reflection. With the high profile suicides that are happening, my friend asked me if I was okay.  She was concerned since I lost my brother to suicide and because of my own struggle … Continue reading